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Old June 6, 2019   #35
jtjmartin
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Thanks for the link.

I've used Bill's method of Sevin at the base and it worked very well. I like to use organic when its effective and not cost prohibitive. This year, I'm trying Bt and Spinosad injections into the stem to see how that works.

I've tried searching for eggs - but if my squash plants "fall over" at an odd angle the sun seems to scorch them pretty bad here and they don't always recover well. Not sure if that's something I'm doing over a common occurrence in the hot south.

I have limited garden space due to neighborhood trees and shade so I can't afford to loose too many squash plants!
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